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Re: Bash globbing files only?



Hi!

> > Yep, that would work, but I guess my question was a bit poorly
> > formulated. I am writing a bash script that has:
> >
> > dirs=[^.]*/
> >
> > and I'd like to have "files=..." without using find or other
> external
> > commands if at all possible.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> 
> Of course the best way is with the find command, being
> 
> find / -type f
> 
> Any reason why you'd rather use ls instead of find?

I want just the files from the current directory, not from any subdir.
And I'd prefer some bash globbing if possible for performance/elegancy
reasons :)

Thanks.




 
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